"It's about much more than those 10 cents. It's about a society that is sick of corrupt politicians not making good on their promises to make improvements. We want decent education, health care and
transportation. That's what this fight is all about."
-- Brazilian Bruno Bisaglia
, who was gathering video testimony about the protests that have
hit several major Brazilian cities on the eve of the Confederations Cup. Protests turned violent as students marched to protest a 10-cent increase in bus fares. In Brasilia, protesters burned tires
and blocked the main road in front of National Stadium, site of Saturday's Brazil-Japan opener. (AP